|TRIPS AND RATES
|All of our trips are Catch & Release only. We will always provide you with photos from
your trip and take measurements of fish if you wish to get a fiberglass reproduction of
your trophy. Artificial lures/flies are provided depending on the type of trip you choose
and we do not use live bait. While you are welcome to bring your own tackle which we
will check for you, we are happy to provide appropriate spinning or bait casting rods for
the species we are targeting. Fly equipment is Redington. All lunch, snacks, drinks, tackle
and shuttle are provided on our full day trips. You should bring a good pair of polarized
sunglasses, hat and rain gear. We encourage you to advise us of any medical or dietery
needs we need to be aware of for your trip. Please note we are fishing out of rafts so be
prepared for wet feet in cold weather, hip boots or chest waders are a good choice
Spring and Fall. For your Virginia fishing license call 1-866-721-6911. 8am-5pm (M-F) or
visit online; Online Virginia License
Fly-fishing or conventional tackle
Full day trip for 2 - $425.00 1/2 day trip for 2 - $350.00
Full day trip for 1 - $350.00 1/2 day trip for 1 - $300.00
Scenic/wildlife floats one or two person - no fishing
Full day - $275.00
1/2 day - $200.00
Book 4 trips paid in advance and receive a discount. Discounts vary with type of
trips and number of anglers.
Ask about a fishing/golf package featuring your choice of some outstanding golf
A $150 deposit will secure your fishing date and if you cancel your trip within
two weeks your deposit is good for six months toward another trip. If you cancel
within 24 hours of your trip full payment is expected for that day. While inclement
weather may provide good fishing conditions we will reschedule your trip if the
water conditions are high or muddy. We want you to have the trip of a lifetime. A
15-20% gratuity customary.
|The Upper New River is truly a World Class fishery offering a diverse array of fish. This
diversity makes for a very exciting trip when you don't know what will be hitting your lure.
Whether it be the small mouth, muskie, walleye, striped or hybrid bass, spotted bass or even
the occasional channel or flathead catfish the battle will be on!
The New River is the second oldest river in the world, some estimate it at 350 million years
old. With very little development on the river most of the float is a peaceful and scenic
venture. Bald and Gold Eagles, deer, turkey, muskrat, mink, turtles, geese, ducks, blue and
green heron and the occasional bear or coyote will be your guests entertaining you on your
float. Class 1 and the occasional class 2 rapids make for a very relaxing fishing trip.
Fishing the New River since 1974 has given me a great insight into the year round patterns
of the fisheries, where to get on them and how to get on them. We invite you to come share
in this incredible habitat.